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Four "New York Times"-bestselling authors--Ione, Alexandra Ivy, Jacquelyn Frank, and G.A. Aiken--are now under one cover; each with a paranormal romance set in the worlds from the Demonica, Guardians of Eternity, Nightwalkers, and Dragon Kins series. Original.

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I read this paranormal book for G.A. Aiken and felt her story about Ghleanna and Bram was a good addition to her dragon series. I also enjoyed Ione's story about Nathen and Lena but I couldn't get into the other two stories. The plot in Ivy's story was too erratic - despise or love, dead or not. Frank's story had too many thoughts and I didn't finish.

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Review courtesy of All Things Urban Fantasy Don't let the cover fool you, this is a super sexy anthology featuring demons, witches, vampires, and dragon shifters determined to claim the ones they love. All four stories tease and tantalize readers to delve deeper into their paranormal romance series, and in two of the four stories, they succeeded. "Vampire Fight Club " by Larissa Ione (Lords of Deliverance #1.5) Set in the same word as Ione's Demonica and Lords of Deliverance series (and featuring character cameos from both series), "Vampire Fight Club" follows a young shifter who infiltrates an underground supernatural fight club in order to avenge the death of her brother. She ends up working for the jaded and detached manager and vampire, Nathan, who has his own vengeance to deliver. Sparks fly fast and hot between these two while still allowing the motives of each character to stand on their own. The obstacles to their relationship are genuine and kept the romantic tension sizzling throughout the story. Newbies to this world will definitely want to plan a longer trip while series fans will enjoy this deeper look into Nathan's life. Sexual Content: Scene of sensuality. Graphic sex scene Rating: 3/5 "Darkness Eternal " by Alexandra Ivy (Nightwalkers #1.5) "Darkness Eternal" is sort of a supernatural Snow White story where the prince is a vampire and Snow White is a centuries imprisoned witch. The two end up in running from a demon in the underworld which consisted mostly of sex scenes and just a little running and fighting right at the end. The characters had whiplash inducing mood swings that had them insulting, comforting, and declaring eternal love for each other all within hours of meeting. It was jarring and had me rolling my eyes several times. While the writing was good, and the worldbuilding had potential, the characterizations and flimsy-even-for-a-novella storyline kept "Darkness Eternal" from sitting well with me. Sexual Content: Several graphic sex scenes Rating: 2/5 "Kane " by Jacquelyn Frank (Guardians of Eternity #7.5) "Kane" is the perfect example of what a good novella should be. It established a very cool demon/druid mythology with lots of subtle nuisances and a real sense of the worldbuilding without dragging down the story, and made me want to read the rest of the Guardians of Eternity series. Kane, a demon, becomes consumed with a human, Corrine until one night he touches her. His punishment-and consequently hers-is swift and brutal, until it is revealed that Corrine is Kane's mate and their separation nearly kills her. For a story that takes place almost entirely in a bed, I found "Kane" to be the most romantic story of the bunch. Yes, it gets very steamy, but the romance builds beautifully and makes those steamy scenes truly satisfying. The writing is top notch too. My only complaint is that it wasn't long enough. Sexual Content: Scenes of sensuality. Graphic sex scene Rating: 4/5 "Dragon on Top " by G.A. Aiken (The Dragon Kin #4.5) "Dragon on Top" is all about role reversal. The uber alpha dragon warrior is the female and the quiet, peace-seeking character who needs protecting is the male. I tend not to enjoy these type of stories anyway, but I found this one to be especially off. Ghleanna is so alpha she practically pees standing up, and Bram is beta with a lowercase 'b'. It was almost like someone went back after the story was written and just switched all the pronouns. It didn't help that Ghleanna was constantly bickering with her equally annoying brothers. This was my least favorite story in the anthology. Sexual Content: Several graphic sex scenes Rating: 2/5

Quick & Dirty: This antho

Quick & Dirty: This anthology delivers four very steamy stories from some very talented authors. The Review: I originally read this book for one story, "Vampire Fight Club" by Larissa Ione. I can't seem to get enough of the Lords of Deliverance series. Those guys plus the Sem brothers, originally from the Demonica series, equals supernatural sexiness. I suppose there is nothing wrong with reading only one story in an anthology. In this case, I must request that you try all of them on. Well worth your while. You may even find a new favorite series out of it. "Vampire Fight Club" by Larissa Ione (Demonica Book 5.5/Lords of Deliverance Book 1.5) What would you choose to do if you knew you had only a short time to live? Why, solve the mysterious death of your brother and then avenge him, obviously! Vladlena, known to her friends as Lena, is a shapeshifter that cannot shift. She's tried everything, knowing that if she can't shift, she will die in a matter of weeks. After the body of her brother is found in an alley by a well-known night club, and a not so well known fight club, she decides that she will discover who killed him and why in the short time she has left. She gets a job at the club, as a medic, so she can snoop around. She finds Nathan. Nathan is the manager of the club, and one sexy vampire. He too once sought revenge against the club owner, but finds that he no longer cares. Let's just say that Lena and Nathan have a lot in common, and it's not just sexual chemistry. Will Nathan be able to shake off his lethargy when Lena's life is at stake? Will Lena finally find something worth living for other than revenge? This novella does not require you to know the series before hand. It may, however, entice you to pick it up. Rating: 5/5 "Darkness Eternal" by Alexandra Ivy: (#7.5 of the Guardians of Eternity series) This is Uriel's and Kata's story. Uriel is charged by Victor, his vampire king, to find and retrieve Laylah's missing gypsy mother, Kata. Little did Uriel know all that awaited him on this seemingly simple assignment. Kata is the twin to Marika, evil vampire extraordinaire, and has been held captive for the last two centuries. Now that Marika is dead, she is free from the spells that held her, right? Wrong. Marika has bound their twin souls together so that when she dies, so does Kata. By the time that Uriel finds Kata, the two of them are transported to Hell to await the pleasure of Marika's madness. In the midst of all of this drama, Uriel and Kata fall in love. Will their past prejudices get in the way of their future happiness? But how long will they be allowed to enjoy their new-found love when they are being hunted by the invincible Marika whom wishes to see them both suffer for eternity in hell with her? I have yet to read the Eternity series, but this novella is a great read on its own. Rating: 4/5 "Kane" by Jacquelyn Frank (#1.5 of the Nightwalkers series) Kane is a mind demon that has broken one of his race's greatest laws, he wants a human. His desire to make Corrine his own has overwritten his better judgment. In his world, demons don't mate with humans; they are not even allowed to interact with them. So when Kane finally approaches Corrine and goes to claim her, the punishment for violating the laws is immediate. Kane is erased from her mind and taken away, and Corrine will be left alone. But by Kane touching her, Corrine's dormant druid DNA is awakened and the two Imprint on one another. Imprinting is a phenomenon that makes the two parties part of a symbiotic relationship where one can no longer live without the other, literally. Corrine's separation from Kane is now the reason she is dying. They are brought back together but it's during a dangerous time for demons. It's a time when demons are savage in their lovemaking and unable to control themselves with their mates, something that a fragile female could die from. There is a bunch of back story included but it boils down to two unlikely people forced together and then fall in love. I hate to say this, but this is my least favorite of all the stories. Even though it gives a tantalizing glimpse of the Nightwalkers series, the whole story mostly takes place in a bed. With Kane tied up. I know; yum right? Corrine, on the other hand, vacillates between being afraid of Kane and trying to ravage him. I don't know, maybe I would like the books more because they are longer and have to ability to add in more stuff, like a plot. Rating: 3/5 "Dragon on Top" by G.A. Aiken: (#4.5 of the Dragon Kin series) Oh my, I'm going to need to read this series, like, right now. Dragons and fighting and loving, what a combination! Captain Ghleanna Cadwaladr is not a she-dragon others are willing to mess with. She's strong, ruthless, and has the training to back up her loud and tactless mouth. After getting dumped and humiliated in front of her troops, her queen assigns her to accompany and protect a group going to negotiate a treaty with a neighboring dragon clan, the Sand Dragons. Bram the Merciful is the queen's top negotiator and more known for his brain than his brawn. But when his queen tells him he will have an escort to the Sand Dragon's domain, he is torn. Bram has been in love with Ghleanna for years but she doesn't even know he exists. Can he take the chance of being distracted by her when he has such an important job to do? But when Ghleanna is mortally wounded by a band of traitors, Bram must decide if the life of the one he loves is worth the risk to go to the one place he's vowed never to return. Can the gentle male tame the fierce, but oblivious, female and make her his own? Can two so very opposite dragons make it work? Rating: 5/5 FTC Advisory: Kensington Books provided me with a copy of the Supernatural Anthology. No goody bags, sponsorships, "material connections," or bribes were exchanged for my review. The only things I receive for payment are hugs and kisses from my little boys.
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